Samantha Solano is a Master of Landscape Architecture II at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. She previously received her Bachelor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Nevada—where she was the President and Organizer of the 2010 International Student Landscape Architecture Conference LABASH, and spent a term abroad studying at the University of Tuscia in Viterbo, Italy. She was an Adjunct Instructor in architectural design for the School of Advanced and Applied Technologies in the College of Southern Nevada and a project manager for [N]Site studios. She has also worked for Southwick Landscape Architects, Melvin Green Architects and Fienberg and Associates in Las Vegas, NV. She has had extensive training in Emotional Intelligence through Choice Center Leadership University and has coached others in the art of leadership mastery. Samantha is a strong advocate for authenticity and empowerment, and manifesting those principles in the built environment.
Samantha can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.